Today we are checking out a CPU Cooler from Noctua that has been out for a while now, but is definitely worth covering as its size lends itself to smaller form factor builds and HTPC setups. The NH-U9B SE2 is still going to offer great cooling performance as it is built around Noctua’s award winning NH-U9B heatsink and comes with two Noctua premium-grade NF-B9 cooling fans. On top of that the NH-U9B SE2 comes with Noctua’s SecuFirm2 mounting system, making it quite easy to install this cooler on pretty much any motherboard. If that is not enough Noctua has backed this cooler with a 6 year warranty! Let’s take a closer look at the Noctua NH-U9B SE2.
be quiet! introduced their Dark Rock 3 Series of CPU coolers earlier this year at CES and we were very impressed. There are two main coolers in this series, the Dark Rock Pro 3, and the Dark Rock 3. The main difference between these two coolers is that the Pro version features a dual tower design, while the Dark Rock 3 has a single tower design. Today we will be taking a look at the Dark Rock 3. Besides the single tower design the Dark Rock 3 features six 6mm copper heatpipes, unique dynamic wave-contour cooling fins, a 135 mm be quiet! Silent Wings fan and a cooling capacity of 190W TDP. Let’s take a look…
We have always known Noctua for great CPU coolers, they are always on the top of my list when anyone suggests an air CPU cooler. Well they have just released their new flagship CPU cooler the NH-D15, which is a dual tower cooler.
Cryorig entered the CPU cooler scene with their rather impressive R1 CPU cooler. Now the company is teasing a new CPU cooler that is designed for ITX and SFF desktop markets. The low-profile C1 ITX looks to be quite the interesting CPU cooler.
Scythe has just unveiled their new compact top-flow lori CPU cooler. This cooler was specifically developed for Mini- and Micro-ATX systems. This is a universal cooler so it supports both AMD and Intel platforms. Scythe has also improved the push-pin mounting mechanism allowing for fast heatsink mounting on virtually every motherboard.
All-in-one water cooling products have been all of the rage lately. After reviewing many successful Thermaltake products and seeing their promising new line of water cooling products showcased at CES 2014 we are really excited to take one of their latest products, the Water 3.0 Pro for a spin. It is an all-in-one water cooling system that features a thick 120 mm radiator, dual 120 mm fan and a redesigned pump.
Raijintek has just announced two new CPU coolers which are said to be available next month. These coolers are the Nemesis and Themis Evo. The Nemesis is the higher-end model out of the two and it features a dual tower nickel-plated heatsink, five 8 mm copper heatpipes and two 140 mm PWM fans that will operate at 600 to 1000 RPM.
CapTherm is probably a name you have not heard of, and before reading this news story I did not either. CapTherm has worked with Data Center’s and other industrial companies to bring cooling levels down on their products. It looks like they have been working on a the MP-1120 multiphase cooling system. You may think this is an AiO water cooler or something similar, but it is a whole different breed of cooler all together.
DeepCool has only recently announced their Gamer Storm line of products. These are mainly focused towards gamers with high-end cooling solutions for both CPU’s and graphics cards. The DeepCool Lucifer is part of the Gamer Storm line and is one of the larger CPU coolers we have seen lately. It features six 6 mm copper heatpipes, fanless operational mode, a nickel-plated copper base and a 140 mm PWM fan. Is this cooler enough to keep your gaming rig nice and cool and can it compete against other coolers out there? Read on as we find out.